Jodi Roman received her Doctor of Physical Therapy degree from Rutgers University in June of 2015.
Jodi’s varied clinical experience includes pediatrics, pelvic health, acute care, and outpatient orthopedics. Jodi utilizes a holistic and patient-specific approach to her treatments, and enjoys problem-solving to address the root cause of a patient’s impairments. She also feels it is important to work with patients in a way that best suits their individual learning-style, interests, values and personality.
Jodi has been treating women with pelvic floor issues since 2015, and recently added the certification to treat male pelvic floor dysfunction as well, in order to treat urinary/bowel incontinence, pelvic pain, urinary urge, urinary frequency and pelvic organ prolapse. She sees the great need for this therapy across many populations, including young runners, anyone with a history of abdominal surgeries, prostate issues, pre and post-partum females and the geriatric population. She realizes the importance of empowering these people with the tools to live life to its fullest again, without fear of pain or incontinence.
Jodi has volunteered her physical therapy services for wonderful causes, such as St. James Orthopedic Mission, The Special Olympics of New Jersey, Physical Therapy Beyond Boundaries and Cambiando Vidas. Jodi grew up in New York and New Jersey, but has been a part of the Estes Park community since 2005. In her free time, she enjoys outdoor activities with her daughter and friends.
Patrick Martchink received his Bachelors in Health Science and Masters of Physical Therapy from Maryville University of St. Louis in 2006 and 2007, respectively. During his time at Maryville University and into his career, Patrick has had the opportunity to work in Missouri, Wisconsin, and Colorado. He officially moved to Colorado in 2009 and has been providing care to the Estes Park community ever since.
Patrick was a member of the American Physical Therapy Association and enjoys working in the outpatient-orthopedic setting. He specialized in joint replacement rehabilitation, post-shoulder and knee surgery rehabilitation, and sports-related injuries; helping to get you back to your high quality of life.
Originally from St. Louis, MO, he loves St. Louis Cardinals baseball and tries to get to Coors Field whenever the Redbirds are in town. He also enjoys hiking with his family, distance running, swimming, rock climbing, and skiing.
Kim graduated in 2011 from the University of Pittsburgh with a associates of science Physical Therapy Assistant degree. She began her PTA career in Pennsylvania and worked in an outpatient clinic for 4 years before accepting a PTA position in Estes Park in 2015. “I love Colorado. The hiking, biking, and snowshoeing has been amazing as well as the time paddle boarding on Lake Estes.”
Kim’s career has included treating pediatric to geriatric patients in the clinic; as well as, in the water for all orthopedics, deconditioning, spinal cord injuries, Parkinson’s, and MS.
Living in Estes Park is a blessing and Kim is dedicated to working as part of your therapy team to help return you to all of the activities you love to do in the mountains and in this beautiful town.
Christina attended Ithaca College in upstate NY where she received her Doctorate of Physical Therapy, with a minor in Deaf Studies. She has several years of experience treating geriatric, neurologic and orthopedic populations. She is certified in LSVT-Big, a program specifically designed to treat patients who have Parkinson’s Disease. She has worked in Maryland and Pennsylvania and is a new resident of Estes Park. The mountains were calling!
When Christina is not in the clinic, she enjoys hiking, running, arts and crafts, cooking, and travelling. Originally from Baltimore, MD Christina loves a good crab cake! Ask Christina about her favorite travels abroad!